Animeeple is a downloadable software tool that simplifies 3D character animation. It features a track-based interface for procedural motion editing, layering, and sequencing. Animeeple automatically retargets animation data onto any bipedal character, and understands multiple industry-standard file formats such as Collada and FBX.
Was available on OSX and Windows
You’re falling through darkness, and cubes appear out of nowhere. Steer around them to stay alive. The longer you last, the faster you fall, and the higher score you earn. There are special power-ups scattered between the cubes. Green boxes slow you down, and blue pyramids make steering easier. Hako features Game Center integration with exciting challenges and badges. You can even listen to music from your iTunes library while you play. How far can you fall?
Dance with your fingers! Everyone in the club is cheering you on!
Hipnoz is a 3D game that teaches rhythm through dancing. It was featured as one of Apple’s “New & Noteworthy” music games, and won the 2010 Disney Research Learning Challenge’s award for “Outstanding engagement in an educational product.” Dance to your own music, customize characters, and earn exciting Game Center achievements.
The Animeeple Store has everything you need to start creating animated characters. The Store features 3D previews of all characters and animations. Browse the collection from your browser, or from inside the Animeeple software tool.
Posing is fun with Posey. Choose a character, customize its appearance, then put it into a picture. Pose your character using intuitive multitouch controls, or choose from a library of preloaded poses. Posey comes with image backgrounds you can use, or you can use your own. Create fun photos to send to your friends!
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